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    There was another entry in the competition earlier so we now have three and this competition is already showing great promise, come on people have a go and let your imagination run wild

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    I am having trouble deciding on what to make, difficult with such open criteria.

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgreen View Post
    I am having trouble deciding on what to make, difficult with such open criteria.
    ru avin a larf. If you need help with ideas just ask. If you keep procrastinating you know where it is going to lead, just do it.

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    We now have 4 entries into the competition.

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    This weekend is the third one left before the end of the competition, so make it count and get on with your pen/pencil.

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    Love comps...never win them...but always fun to enter haha. Have an idea, but i think it requires making a blank from that stuff you apparently bake in the oven and I have absolutely no idea what its called...so not off to a great start! :) Need to scratch my head a bit longer...

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by L33 View Post
    Love comps...never win them...but always fun to enter haha. Have an idea, but i think it requires making a blank from that stuff you apparently bake in the oven and I have absolutely no idea what its called...so not off to a great start! :) Need to scratch my head a bit longer...
    Polymer Clay??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Dart View Post
    Polymer Clay??
    That's the stuff and could really help make a wacky pen, easy to use and easy to shape into whatever you can imagine, just make sure at least part of your pen is turned on the lathe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeye View Post
    That's the stuff and could really help make a wacky pen, easy to use and easy to shape into whatever you can imagine, just make sure at least part of your pen is turned on the lathe

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    Thats it...polymer clay. Never used it before...but would like to try it...even if its just the once. :)

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by L33 View Post
    Thats it...polymer clay. Never used it before...but would like to try it...even if its just the once. :)
    It's great stuff and is cheap enough, especially when you want something that is a one off experiment, polymorph can also be great to use for prototypes. Please have a go with polymer clay for the competition, you may even set a trend.

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